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Would it be useful if I made a list in the wiki of bugs with X number votes
or more? Then someone more familiar with the go-oo features and the LibO
codebase can perhaps check some off that list that are already implemented.

The remaining list might provide a nice starting point for some LibO
developers to reexamine things that might have been passed over in the OOo
community for whatever reason.

On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 9:38 PM, NoOp <> wrote:

On 11/02/2010 08:28 AM, T. J. Brumfield wrote:
There were several old, often commented on, and often requested bug fixes
and features that didn't receive much attention or weren't resolved with
over the years.

For those who may not be aware of the reasons for the shift/fork, or for
those who don't care about politics with software, resolving some of
old bugs might be a reason for users to switch over to LibreOffice.

For instance, the bug/feature request with the most votes for OOo is a
import filter. go-oo implemented that feature. I assume LibreOffice will
include that patch.

Here is an eight year old bug/feature request with over 300 votes.

Here is one high on my list:
[Protect Document but allow input field entry - MS Word to OOo]
they duped it to:
[Allow for in-place editing of input field (turn off pop-up)]
but I highly recommend reading 79720 before wandering off to 33737 as
79720 is not a duplicate of 33737 but they are closely related. Also
note the 'go-oo' comments...

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